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ETGEvian Thonon Gaillard (French football club)
ETGEnabling Technologies Group (Phillips Company)
ETGEnter the Game (gaming chat network)
ETGExhibition & Travel Group (China)
ETGEthylglucuronide (metabolite)
ETGEpisode Treatment Groups (Symmetry Health Data Systems, Inc.)
ETGEmissions Trading Group (UK)
ETGExpert Task Group
ETGEmerging Technologies Group
ETGEight Tray Gangsters (Los Angeles gang)
ETGEngineering Technologies Group (Hopkinton, MA)
ETGElectronic Technologies Group (Heico Corporation)
ETGEvangelische Täufergemeinde (Evangelical Baptist Church)
ETGEuropean Transport Group (US Air Force)
ETGEnseignes Techni-Gravure (French: Techni Signs Engraving)
ETGExchange Traded Gold
ETGEuropean Tripartite Group
ETGEvery Tree Grows (band)
ETGEurotaxGlass's (UK)
ETGEutrophication Task Group (OSPAR Commission)
ETGEnhanced Target Generator
ETGEnvironmental Technology Group, Inc.
ETGEvening Times Glasgow (Scotland, UK)
ETGElectro Tridosha Graphy
ETGElectrothermal Gun
ETGEat the Gun (band)
ETGExpeditionary Training Group (US Navy Expeditionary Combat Enterprise)
ETGEthan-Theresa-Gwen (Passions TV show characters)
ETGEngineered Tissue Growth
ETGEmerge Technology Group, LLC (Wauconda, IL)
ETGElectronics Training Group (US DoD)
ETGEnhanced Target Graphic
ETGExposed Tee Grid (suspended ceilings)
ETGEffects Tasking Guidance
ETGEastern Technology Group (Woodbury, PA and Natick, MA)
ETGEnvironment and Transportation Group (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
ETGEmbassy-This Generation (Oshawa, Ontario, Canada)
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The International Emissions Trading Group (IETA), which counts among its members energy giants such as BP, Chevron and Shell, has sent 1,817 delegates to COPs and inter-sessional meetings since 2000, according to the attendees list.
"I am delighted that I will be heading this team and look forward to working with representatives from other businesses in the materials sector to establish a shared vision for the future of the industry." Mr Jones is also chair of the CBI energy policy committee and was a founder member of the UK emissions trading group steering committee.